Where Is Your Favorite Place to Photograph?


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There are so many beautiful places in nature to photograph.  From the desert and the ocean to the rainforest and the grasslands, our natural world supplies us with the perfect backdrop for phenomenal pictures. 

Where is your favorite spot in nature to photograph?  Share your location recommendations with our online members!

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The Disney Wilderness Preserve in Kissimmee, FL.

Blyde River Canyon & Kruger National Park, South Africa. So different from Ohio! We love to travel and experience different cultures. Trying to decide what is next, Morocco or Machu Pichu!

Patricia Pierce
My own backyard is my favorite place to take photographs. I am constantly amazed at the wildlife that i can see the minute i step out my back door. I have many varieties of birds that call my backyard and the surrounding woodlands home not to mention various neat insects and reptiles. I find all the wildlife i need in my own backyard and love to share the photographs with everyone. Also i think it is a way to keep your own little piece of heaven environmentally clean so you are not hurting the wildlife that call your backyard home. So although i am not a world traveler it never dampens my enthusiasm about what i might see and photograph the very next day in my own backyard.

My favorite place to photograph wildlife is in my own subdivision that borders Florida's Wekiva State Park. Who would ever imagine black bears to be so prevalent in a human environment - along with deer, alligators, birds, and all the other "normal" living elements of nature. I walk 2 1/2 miles every day and always with my camera....some days I'm lucky enough to capture an animal doing something out of the ordinary. I feel like I am on a safari and it is the only reason I walk. So having nature at my doorstep helps keep me active as well.

Sandy aka NW Nature Photos
My favorite place is anywhere I go hiking in Oregon and Washington!! So far I've really enjoyed taking photos around Mt St Helens, Gifford Pinchot National Forest in the state of Washington. Oregon my favorite so far is Green Lakes in Three Sisters Wilderness in Deschutes National Forest, anyplace around Bend, Oregon and Quartzville Creek in the BLM district of the Willamette National Forest. Any sunset pictures at the beach are fun too. I just LOVE nature, hiking, camping and taking photos!

Mike Conley
My favorite place for photography is Young Conservation Area near Eureka, Missouri in the foothills of the Ozarks. There is great diversity of landscapes: prairie, glades, rolling hills, lakes and LaBaroque Creek, one of the cleanest and clearest watersheds in Missouri and a great diversity of wildflowers in each season.

Mary Ann Anderson
Tanzania's Selous National Park, in the southern part of the country, has untold numbers of bird species. Their jeweled colors, mixed in with the rich, warm tones of Africa, make for incredible photography. The pastel plumage of the rollers is a sight to behold, and the emerald-shaded eyes of the great egrets blends perfectly with the jungle-like backdrop. Here a bird, there a bird, everywhere a bird-bird.

Terry Davey
My favourit place to take photos is Florida's Nature Coast. It is on the west side of Florida along the Gulf Coast. It has been left in its natural state! Here is a link> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nature_Coast

Idaho Lorax
Favorite place to photograph: Lorax Beaver Wildlife Refuge at Pocatello Junction/People's Park Gateway Educational Open Space Center, Pocatello Idaho. >Pictures can be viewed on the Idaho Lorax FB, People's Parks, FB, and Lorax Beaver Wildlife Refuge FB. The Lorx Beaver Wildlife Refuge is sponsored and supported by The Beaver Hamlet Foundation, The Beaver hamlet Science Station, and memebrs of the CCS-Artist Group. >Weekly "Walks & Talks are presented most every Saturday meeting at People's (Peace) Park - 2801 North Main, Pocatello, Idaho. >The Lorax Beaver Wildlife Refuge is probably the most unique and most densely populated beaver river den nursery in North America, hidden, ignored and protected for a half century.

Watch this incredibly beautiful video and enjoy: http://www.youtube.com/embed/auSo1MyWf8g?rel=0
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